Salt & Surf Sea Salt Bar - Zero Waste Soap Bar, All Natural Exfoliating Bar, Vegan, Plastic Free, 4.5oz

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These Sea Salt Bars are often called Spa Bars because of how luxurious they feel. The creamy, lotion like lather is like nothing else! Salt Bars are not at all drying to the skin; actually quite the opposite as they draw moisture out of the air and to the skin. Sea Salt contains magnesium, potassium, iodine, calcium & zinc. The combination of minerals, oils & salt provides gentle exfoliating & detoxifying while nourishing your skin at the same time. 

Loaded with Activated Charcoal Powder for a post-surf shower! It's sweet, fresh & salty with notes of black seaweed accord, cucumber water, Galia melon, green lily blossoms, dewy rose, and white tea leaves.

Plant Based | EcoConscious Packaging | Palm Oil Free | Mindfully Crafted In Charleston

Ingredients: Saponified Coconut Oil, Himalayan Sea Salt, Black Hawaiian Sea Salt, Clean Fragrance Oil  


If you frequently notice rough or dry patches of skin on your body or face, an exfoliating soap might be helpful. Exfoliation is an often-overlooked step in your self-care routine that can help your skin look and feel silky again.

Exfoliating soap bars cleanse the skin while removing dead cells. When the uppermost layer of dead skin cells is sloughed away or otherwise removed, a smoother, healthier complexion is revealed. This can help you look younger while your skin feels softer.


To use your bar of exfoliating soap, wet your skin and rub the soap in gentle but firm circular motions. The skin on your body may be able to take more vigorous scrubbing than the skin on your face. Be kind to your skin; go gentle on all body parts until you determine how much scrubbing your skin can stand without turning red or raw. Do not use an exfoliating soap on your under-eye area, which is too sensitive. 


You may be wondering how often you can use your exfoliating soap bar. This depends, in large part, on the strength of the soap. If you’re using one with stronger exfoliants that aggressively remove dead skin, twice a week may be enough. If your soap is a face/body combination that is less harsh, it might be gentle enough for daily use. The frequency with which you exfoliate also depends on your skin type. If you have dry or mature skin, you may only need to exfoliate once a week. If you have oily skin however, two or three exfoliation sessions per week may be in order.

The time of day you exfoliate matters, too. We recommend that you exfoliate in the morning as opposed to the evening. The reason: skin repairs itself and regenerates overnight. During your sleep, a fresh layer of dead cells is accumulating for you. Your morning hygiene session is a fine time to remove that accumulation.

1 Review

  • 5
    Received as a gift

    Posted by Cara Bad - Google Review on 19th Jan 2022

    I received vibey soap for my birthday as a gift and loved the fragrance so much that I’ve been buying it ever since. What’s better is the friendliest customer service and shipping benefits!